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Lois H. Gresh
LOIS H. GRESH is the New York Times Best-Selling Author (6 times), Publishers Weekly Best-Selling Paperback Author, Publishers Weekly Best-Selling Paperback Children's Author, and USA Today Best-Selling Author of 27 books and 55 short stories. She has 1 million books in print in 22 languages.... show more

LOIS H. GRESH is the New York Times Best-Selling Author (6 times), Publishers Weekly Best-Selling Paperback Author, Publishers Weekly Best-Selling Paperback Children's Author, and USA Today Best-Selling Author of 27 books and 55 short stories. She has 1 million books in print in 22 languages. Current books are DARK FUSIONS: WHERE MONSTERS LURK! (editor, PS Publishing, Nov 2013), story collection ELDRITCH EVOLUTIONS (Chaosium 2011, BookViewCafe ebook 2012), and THE DIVERGENT COMPANION (St. Martin's Press, 2014). Look for INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES (editor, PS Publishing, 2015), BLACK WINGS III (PS Publishing, 2014), MADNESS OF CTHULHU (Titan Books, 2014), SEARCHERS AFTER HORROR (Fedogan & Bremer, 2014), THAT IS NOT DEAD (PS Publishing, 2014), EXPIRATION DATE (Edge SFF Publishing, 2014), DARK FANTASTIQUE (Cycatrix Press, 2014), BLACK WINGS IV (PS Publishing, 2014), MARK OF THE BEAST (Chaosium, 2014), ELDRITCH CHROME (Chaosium, 2014), MOUNTAIN WALKED (Centipede Press, 2014), and MAD SCIENCE CAFE (BookViewCafe, 2013), JEWS VS. ALIENS (Jurassic London, 2014), etc. Lois has received Bram Stoker Award, Nebula Award, Theodore Sturgeon Award, and International Horror Guild Award nominations for her work. WEB: http://www.loisgresh.com/ BLOG: http://www.loisgresh.com/?page_id=705FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/lois.gresh
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Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 11 months ago
Computers of Star Trek by Lois H. Gresh & Robert E. Weinberg is exactly what it states to be in its title. It examines the various pieces of technology used in the different iterations of Star Trek through the years and compares it to the reality (and future of) technology.The problem was that it i...
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 11 months ago
The Science of Supervillains by Lois H. Gresh & Robert Weinberg was just as much fun as The Science of Superheroes which I read earlier this year. This volume discusses the possibility (or impossibility) of the various powers and abilities that supervillains from comic lore possess. They cover such ...
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 1 year ago
What an absolutely FUN read The Science of Superheroes turned out to be! Lois H. Gresh & Robert E. Weinberg took several big name superheroes like Superman, Batman, The Flash, Ant Man, Aquaman, and the X-Men (just to name a few) and discussed in-depth their powers, origin stories, narrative continui...
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 5 years ago
I don't like Fifty Shades of Grey (and yes, I have read the entire series). But then, if you've been reading my reviews, you'll find that I take issue with a lot of romance and erotic novels. I'm picky about writing style, quality of editing, and the pervasiveness of certain troupes and abusive be...
Geeky Girl's Graveyard Reads
Geeky Girl's Graveyard Reads rated it 5 years ago
Horror for the Holidays is a collection of 26 Lovecraftian tales. The figure of Krampus is featured on the cover. He is standing beside a 19th century-garbed evil elf-child and what appears to be a sack full of dead children. Despite this cover, the collection features holidays throughout the year, ...
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